At the 14th Founder Showcase, Slidefish founder Neil Smith knew he would be in for a few hardball questions and some scrutiny from a panel of 5 VC judges. What he wasn't expecting, however, was getting asked one of the toughest questions of his entrepreneur journey.
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What happens if Dropbox offers to buy your company for $75 million tomorrow?”
Watch the video below to hear Neil's response, and check out the full article on Startup Smart. Would this the most diffcult question you have ever heard from a judge? How do you balance sounding committed to your idea, yet seem aware enough to identify great opportunities? If this is not a tough question, what is? We would love to hear your thoughts in the comment thread below.
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